Frequently Asked Questions
Provided by Spartan Save
SpartanSave.com is an online prescription referral service based in Canada that helps give Americans access to affordable medication focused on the treatment of erectile dysfunction.
We work with licensed US-based physicians who have the authority to prescribe medication and make it easy and convenient for the average consumer to buy affordable treatment in a timely manner.
No, you don’t need a prescription. Our physicians will write a prescription for you if they deem it appropriate and safe based on the answers on your online assessment.
As of right now, SpartanSave is only available in:
Oregon, Alaska, Arkansas, Arizona, District of Columbia, Delaware, Georgia, Iowa, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ney York, South Carolina, Texas, Vermont, & Wisconsin.
As SpartanSave expands, we will be adding more states.
SpartanSave prescribe branded ED drugs and their generic equivalents which include Viagra (generic sildenafil), Cialis (generic tadalafil), and Levitra (generic vardenafil).
Note: The generic equivalent is much less expensive than the brand name and contains the same active ingredient.
We have very affordable treatment plans available for each of our ED products. The online doctor visit and shipping is included in the purchase of the product. Shipping time takes roughly 5-15 business days and will include a tracking # for your convenience.
Our contracted pharmacies can dispense up to a 3-month supply of your medication at a time.
This is not a recurring purchase so you will never need to worry about getting billed for products you didn’t want to buy.
We currently contract with pharmacies located in Canada, Singapore, and The United Kingdom.
SpartanSave is 100% IPS (International Prescription Services) complaint. All medical information is kept private and is secured with EVSSL Encryption (256 BIT Security). Only the medical professionals assigned to review your information will have access to your profile.
Yes! We are based in Canada and are IPS (International Prescription Service) licensed. All our doctors are US-based physicians who are board-certified in all the states we serve.
Unfortunately, no. Due to strict pharmaceutical legal requirements our contracted pharmacies are unable to accept the return of prescription medications even if the package is still sealed. If for any reason, you are dissatisfied with your medication(s) please contact our toll-free number or initiate a chat with a customer care representative so we can take care of your concerns.
We do not accept insurance. However, we have priced our products a lot cheaper than an in-person doctor visit and the cost of filling prescriptions at your pharmacy (even with insurance).